We are shouting through many articles about private cloud computing. What is this private cloud computing ? Why the enterprises are opting for private cloud computing ? Why we are repeatedly saying that Free Public Cloud Computing does have risks and private cloud computing should be preferred option for the Corporates? In this article, we will point the answers.
High adaptability, safety, more precise control, less chance of failure – these are the clear advantages of private cloud computing when compared with public cloud computing.
How Private Cloud Computing Works
We are taking that, you already understood what is cloud computing. There are several published articles for different level of users, kindly search this website precisely what you want to know. In brief, Cloud Computing is the product of Virtualization technology which offers to use the hardware or infrastructure or software applications either separately or combined without really having your own hardware.
Public Cloud Computing can be Free, like Dropbox or paid like Amazon Web services or combined like Google’s Cloud based apps and storage.
Private Cloud Computing offers direct hardware advantages of the data center. Thus in case of Private Cloud Computing, the flexibility is greater. Access to Private Cloud Computing Environment is limited, it is not open like Public Cloud. The connectivity in Private Cloud Computing is usually maintained by Virtual Private Network (VPN).
It is quite obvious that, the users of a private Cloud Computing will get all the benefits of public Cloud Computing.
Characteristics of the private cloud computing
We will discuss the characteristics of Private Cloud Computing in a separate article. In brief, Private Cloud Computing is standardized which makes the deployment of softwares and services in a desired manner. Most importantly, Private Cloud Computing allows the highest degree of virtualization, this point answers a simple question often asked – why not all cloud computing providers have Private Cloud Computing service.
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